This web-based cloud facility allows for a paperless
SciFin was recently presented with the opportunity to expand the
medical practice offering in the more informal sector, by
partnering with the innovative Netpractice. Says SciFin MD Dirk Van
Loggerenberg, "We're looking to build facilities and provide
medical services, including radiology, to people who normally would
not have had access to this in their community."
Netpractice architect, William Ditabo, developed the software
that runs the practises from start to finish on a web-based, cloud
database. The system administers all the medical aid claims, the
CRM for the doctors' practices, keeps online records, medical
histories, medications and prescription information, and so on.
Essentially, it allows for a completely paperless practise.
Something of a visionary entrepreneur, William Ditabo's
practical experience in business started in 1999 at the age of 18
when he started his first company. His gift for business is
reflected in the success of Netcruisers Holdings, which he has
grown from a small entity to an enterprise owning six other
William's passion for social and community upliftment was
identified in a project entitled 'Total Solution to The Culture of
Learning', which has seen over 42 schools and orphanages benefit.
Other achievements include him receiving the 'National Recognition
Award in Productivity Improvement'.
In 2012 William started Netpractice, its core operational focus
to provide the healthcare sector with facilities, systems and
processes to create an optimal and profitable operational
environment for healthcare practitioners. William is sensitive to,
and diligent in his fiduciary responsibility as a director of